A new piece of Diablo 4 merchandise was recently published, and it may be a sign that a sixth class is on the way. The sixth class in Diablo 4 may represent an unexpected new cast member if this hint is accurate.
A Diablo 4-themed Stein is currently available for pre-order on the Blizzard Gear Store website. The sleek collector’s item is covered in Sanctuary imagery, featuring the emblem and pictures of Lilith and Inarius, two significant Diablo 4 characters.
Dark LORE Dash, a YouTube content creator, and lover of Diablo, discovered something odd about the Stein when he looked at it more closely. This collector’s stein’s lid is decorated with six symbols all around it. The playable classes in Diablo 4 are represented by five of these emblems.
The Triune, the cult that used to worship the Prime Evils and is now in charge of Lilith’s reappearance, is represented by the sixth emblem. This could be a hint that a Triune-themed sixth class, such as a Warlock or a Death Knight, is on the horizon.
Many people have speculated that Diablo 4 would eventually include the Paladin or Templar classes from earlier games. There isn’t a fully armored class in Diablo 4 and there isn’t a holy magic user either.
While both of these characteristics might be filled by a Paladin or Templar, a Death Knight or Hell Knight would be a surprising addition that would fill the armored archetype, bring a brand-new class, and better fit Diablo 4’s darker tone.
By no way does the clue on the new Stein imply that such a class would ever appear in Diablo 4. Official confirmation has not yet been made, and most likely won’t be until after the game’s release.
When combined with the other classes, the Triune sign’s placement is strange, and as Dash pointed out, Diablo 4 has previously concealed secrets in products, such as the Church of Light’s symbol shown in the pre-Diablo 4 badge series.
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The idea of an evil knight in Diablo 4 has captured the attention of a lot of players. Given that Paladins and Templars have historically been among the most well-liked classes in Diablo, a dark interpretation of the archetype would be intriguing.
What motivated these individuals to stand up against Lilith and the armies of Hell has been the subject of much speculation. Players will have to hazard a guess as to what powers the game might next unleash until Diablo 4 formally announces the existence of a sixth class.